School exclusion and SEND: identifying, mitigating and preventing
Should you be a student identified with a special educational need and/or disability then you are immediately 6 times more likely to be excluded form school. The inequity of this is a nettle the sector has yet to tightly grasp!
Jane Friswell explains the steps necessary to accurately identify the student risks to school exclusion and what schools and settings must and should do to avoid this.
3 takeaways from Jane’s training session
– Clear explanation of the statutory requirements placed on schools/settings and LAs regarding school exclusion –
– Clear explanation of the what is working well and what is not in managing school exclusion increasing trends –
– How to achieve local ambitions for inclusion which addresses the moral, educational and economic imperatives for addressing the school exclusion challenge –
This session is aimed at Senior Leaders, SEN governors, SENCOs, Behaviour and Relationship Leads, Well Being Leads of all primary/secondary schools and educational settings including alternative provisions working with children with SEND.
Jane received great feedback from SENDCOs who watched her LIVE broadcast
This session was originally presented live at one of our online Virtual SEND Conferences.
“Thank you Jane – really informative and helpful. Learned a lot!”
Ellen Croft – Inclusion and SEND Hub Leicester City
“Thank you Jane! ‘Beliefs and values’ lead to good quality outcomes.”
About the Creator
Jane Friswell / Educational Consultant
Jane Friswell is a former SEN Head Teacher, with significant leadership experience in LA SEN Support advisory roles and as Chief Executive at nasen. Jane is now Director of Jane Friswell SEND Consultancy. An innovative support agency for those working in SEND that specialises in leading effective strategic review of provision for children and young people with SEND. It commissions co-productively with young people with additional needs to effect improvement at local level. Jane has a wealth of experience and successful SEND and School Improvement leadership of national and international projects. This includes government policy advisory support and developing training and education services for teachers, SENCOs, senior leaders and governors. As well as LA SEND Peer Challenge and Sufficiency Review, and school inspection, Jane also provides advisory support for children and young people’s mental health.
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